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MN 01, FINANCIAL DISTRICT
AND MN 02, GREENWICH
VILLAGE/SOHO: Demograph-
ics: In 2011, these neighbor-
hoods had the highest median
household income in the
city—$122,222. Among com-
munity districts, the Finan-
cial District and Greenwich
Village/Soho had the highest
median monthly rent for all
renters ($2,040) and recent
movers ($2,896).
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MN 03, LOWER EAST SIDE/
CHINATOWN: Housing:
Renters who had lived in their
units for four years or less
paid a median rent of $1,713
in 2011, almost twice as much
as the median rent for all
renters, $895.
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MN 04, CLINTON/CHELSEA:
Built Environment: The city
issued new building permits
for 1,248 new residential units
in MN 04 in 2012. This was
more than any other neigh-
borhood in the city, and it
accounted for 44 percent of
all new units authorized in
Manhattan in 2012.
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MN 08, UPPER EAST SIDE:
Demographics: The Upper
East Side had the highest
population density in the city
in 2011, with 103,800 people
per square mile. The neigh-
borhood is closely rivaled by
the second-ranking Morning-
side Heights and Hamilton
neighborhoods, with 103,500
people per square mile.
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MN 09, MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS/
HAMILTON AND MN 12, WASH-
INGTON HEIGHTS/INWOOD:
Built Environment: Nearly
all housing units in Morning-
side Heights/Hamilton and
Washington Heights/Inwood
were located within a half mile
of a subway or rail station in
2011, compared to just over 90
percent in Manhattan and 70
percent in the city as a whole.

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MN 11, EAST HARLEM:
Housing: From 2000 to
2012, East Harlem’s fve-
plus-family buildings appreci-
ated at the second fastest rate
of the city’s fve community
districts in which fve-plus-
family buildings were the most
common housing type. How-
ever, from 2010 to 2012, prices
actually decreased. In 2012,
only MN 03, Lower East Side/

Chinatown, had a faster rate of
appreciation than East Harlem
since 2000, and a higher
median price per unit.
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MN 12, WASHINGTON HEIGHTS/
INWOOD: Housing: In 2012,
Washington Heights/Inwood
had the highest rate of severe
housing code violations in
the city, with 130 violations
per 1,000 units, although it
declined from just over 160 in
2011. The citywide average was
48 severe housing code viola-
tions per 1,000 rental units.
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Manhattan
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More than 13 times as many
units (2,833) were authorized
by new residential building
permits in Manhattan in 2012
than were authorized in 2011.








Twenty-two percent of
Manhattan residents owned
their homes (n) in 2011, and the
remaining 78 percent rented (n).
Manhattan had a rental vacancy
rate of 3.1 percent, which is
slightly lower than the citywide
average of four percent. None-
theless, renters in the borough
paid the highest median rents
citywide, with the median new
renter paying $1,937 per month,
and the median Manhattan
renter paying $1,431.


The housing price appreciation
index for buildings with fve
or more families in Manhattan
rose 18 percent between 2011
and 2012. Citywide, the housing
price appreciation index for these
buildings increased by 10 percent
during the same time period.
SI MN BX BK QN

Manhattan had the lowest
number of new residential
foreclosure starts (439) in
the city in 2012. The number of
foreclosure starts for the bor-
ough decreased by nearly than
50 percent since 2010. For one-
to four-family properties, 11 out
of every 1,000 buildings received
a foreclosure notice in Manhat-
tan, the lowest rate among all
fve boroughs.

13,402
The number of units in 68 sub-
sidized properties that left
afordability restrictions in
Manhattan between 2002 and
2011 that had HUD Project-Based
Rental Assistance, received HUD
insurance or fnancing, were
developed with a Low-Income
Housing Tax Credit, or were
built under the Mitchell-Lama
Program.

28.5%
Manhattan had the lowest
median rent burden in the
city in 2011; the median house-
hold paid 28.5 percent of their
income in rent.
70,300
The number of people per
square mile living in Manhat-
tan. Manhattan had the highest
population density in the city in
2011 and also had the fve most
densely populated community
districts in the city: Upper East
Side, Morningside Heights/
Hamilton, Lower East Side/
Chinatown, Stuyvesant Town/
Turtle Bay, and Central Harlem.












Only 18.5 percent of house-
holds had children younger
than 18 in 2011 (n), which was
the lowest percentage in the
city. Manhattan children had
the lowest incidence of elevated
blood lead levels (2.5 cases
per 1,000 children) and the
second-highest incidence of low
birth weight in the city (87 out
of every 1,000 live births).
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n Manhattan in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n Manhattan in 2011 n NYC in 2011

Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
White Black Hispanic Asian
In Manhattan, 33.6 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000
per month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole,
where 36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
% %
Manhattan
New York City
'8.% '¯.¯% '¯.0% '¯.0% ¯2.6%
Manhattan was the third most
populous borough with a population
of 1,601,948 and 846,177 housing
units in 2011. It had the second lowest
homeownership rate in the city—
21.9 percent of households own
their own homes—and the highest
median rent in the city, at $1,431.
1,601,948
70.3
$67,602
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9.0%
11.6%
48.4%
36.1%
11.1%
90.6%
29.5%
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3.1%
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2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
HOUSING: STOCK
Housing Units
Homeownership Rate
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
HOUSING: MARKET
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (5+ family building)
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
Median Sales Price per Unit (5+ family building)
Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
Sales Volume (5+ family building)
Sales Volume (condominium)
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
HOUSING: FINANCE
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Higher-Cost Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Higher-Cost Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Starts (all residential properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1-4 family properties)
Properties that Entered REO
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
DEMOGRAPHICS
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Foreign-Born Population
Percent White
Percent Black
Percent Hispanic
Percent Asian
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Private Sector Employment
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
SCHOOLS, HEALTH, CRIME
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Adult Incarceration Rate (per 100,000 residents aged 15 or older)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 residents)
Low Birth Weight Rate (per 1,000 live births)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
Children’s Obesity Rate
4,980 7,360 272 208 2,833 1 1
5,131 4,479 1,746 1,373 1,159 1 4
798,144 840,443 847,090 846,177 – 3 2
20.1% 23.5% 22.3% 21.9% – 4 4
– 34.4 37.1 40.7 36.5 – 3
– – 3.1% 2.7% – – 5
100.0 270.2 232.1 260.9 307.1 – –
100.0 202.8 207.3 212.8 221.0 – –
$83,901 $223,514 $178,275 $195,010 $212,500 – –
$694,693 $961,368 $1,047,626 $1,004,365 $999,000 – –
282 637 344 407 699 – –
2,517 7,870 5,843 5,111 5,724 – –
– $1,237 $1,369 $1,431 – – 1
– $1,820 $1,898 $1,937 – – 1
– 27.5% 28.2% 28.5% – – 5
– 44.8% 43.4% 45.0% – – 5
– 34.4 21.2 18.6 – – 2
– 2.0% 0.8% 0.6% – – 5
– 12.1 30.9 32.5 – – 1
– 9.3% 0.3% 0.4% – – 5
– 0.0% 1.5% 2.0% – – 5
– – – 33.0 26.7 – 5
356 212 842 536 439 5 5
30.2 5.7 11.3 9.5 11.1 1 5
6 0 5 2 0 4 5
– $8,686.7 $10,230.1 $10,650.1 $10,874.7 – 1
6.6% 1.6% 2.1% 2.1% – 1 3
1,537,195 – 1,585,873 1,601,948 – 3 3
67.1 – 69.5 70.3 – 1 1
29.4% 28.7% 28.5% 28.8% – 3 4
46.9% – 48.0% 47.6% – 2 2
15.6% – 12.9% 13.1% – 4 4
27.8% – 25.4% 25.6% – 2 3
9.6% – 11.2% 11.0% – 2 2
19.7% 20.2% 18.2% 18.5% – 5 5
12.2% 12.7% 13.5% 13.7% – 2 1
$67,114 $68,689 $66,939 $67,602 – 2 2
7.5 8.4 8.0 8.0 1 1
13.9% – 17.5% – – 4 4
20.0% 18.3% 16.4% 18.3% – 3 3
8.5% 6.8% 9.2% 9.0% – 3 4
– 1,850,035 1,835,104 1,893,321 – – 1
63.3% 60.8% 63.2% 63.1% – 1 2
30.5 30.1 30.1 30.4 – 5 5
52.2 37.1 32.3 32.1 – 1 1
2,751.5 1,648.3 1,887.0 1,853.6 – 1 1
33.5% – 56.2% 59.9% 61.9% 3 3
40.3% – 45.0% 47.1% 49.2% 3 3
3.1 2.7 2.3 2.1 – 3 3
78 86 87 87 – 4 2
17.9 6.6 3.4 2.5 – 2 5
– – 19.4% 19.0% – – 5
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MN01
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN01, 17.8 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN01 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN01 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
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Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
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Children’s Obesity Rate
491 581 0 171 34 40 40
586 601 6 69 46 8 44
25.9% 29.8% 25.3% 27.0% – 30 30
100.0 199.2 202.0 209.4 212.8 – 5
$837,347 $849,556 $1,032,945 $931,119 $1,009,146 4 6
404 1,168 818 819 925 33 7
– $2,012 $2,098 $2,040 – – 1
– $2,472 $2,590 $2,896 – – 1
– 26.4% 24.9% 24.4% – – 54
– 67.7% 58.7% 60.0% – – 4
– 50.4 26.3 24.9 – – 8
– 14.9 35.1 40.3 – – 3
– 0.0% 0.3% 0.9% – – 50
– – – 27.6 26.3 – 53
– – – – – – –
2.4% 0.0% 1.8% 1.6% – 58 40
– 1.8 1.5 1.5 2.9 – 59
– – 4.4% 2.9% – – 39
– $695.6 $795.9 $813.0 $837.5 – 5
23.3% 25.9% 23.1% 22.1% – 43 47
11.4% – 12.7% 13.6% – 53 53
10.5% – 11.2% 11.1% – 32 31
10.5% – 26.5% – – 36 22
9.9% 11.9% 9.9% 7.5% – 49 52
5.8% 4.8% 6.1% 4.8% – 46 54
60.3% 55.6% 58.2% 58.2% – 25 31
24.4 26.1 24.3 24.5 – 55 54
144.7 87.8 – 48.5 – 3 4
61.0% – 77.3% 80.4% 80.4% 2 2
66.2% – 66.7% 67.9% 69.4% 2 2
0.9 0.8 0.6 0.5 – 53 55
12.8 4.8 2.7 0.7 – 51 58
– – 11.7% 10.9% – – 54
1. Community districts MN01 and MN02 both fall within sub-borough area 301. Data reported at the sub-borough area for these community districts are identical.
2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010. 4. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type.
5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
146,491
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$122,222
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14.1%
32.4%
100.0%
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99.4%

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Soho
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MN02
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN02, 17.8 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN02 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN02 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
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Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
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Children’s Obesity Rate
31 86 0 0 23 46 46
28 158 103 62 149 8 23
25.9% 29.8% 25.3% 27.0% – 30 30
100.0 205.9 209.6 228.2 246.7 – 1
$934,230 $1,430,607 $1,835,181 $1,634,691 $1,825,000 1 1
271 521 536 432 404 41 34
– $2,012 $2,098 $2,040 – – 1
– $2,472 $2,590 $2,896 – – 1
– 26.4% 24.9% 24.4% – – 54
– 67.7% 58.7% 60.0% – – 4
– 50.4 26.3 24.9 – – 8
– 14.9 35.1 40.3 – – 3
– 0.0% 0.3% 0.9% – – 50
– – – 31.9 23.4 – 55
2.6 0.0 2.5 1.3 2.5 47 56
2.6% 0.4% 0.5% 0.7% – 58 57
– 22.6 13.9 17.1 15.0 – 47
– – 4.4% 2.9% – – 39
– $564.5 $730.6 $766.6 $799.7 – 6
23.3% 25.9% 23.1% 22.1% – 43 47
11.4% – 12.7% 13.6% – 53 53
10.5% – 11.2% 11.1% – 32 31
10.5% – 26.5% – – 36 22
9.9% 11.9% 9.9% 7.5% – 49 52
5.8% 4.8% 6.1% 4.8% – 46 54
60.3% 55.6% 58.2% 58.2% – 25 31
24.4 26.1 24.3 24.5 – 55 54
69.5 51.2 – 45.3 – 5 5
61.0% – 77.3% 80.4% 80.4% 2 2
66.2% – 66.7% 67.9% 69.4% 2 2
0.9 0.8 0.6 0.5 – 53 55
54.9 15.6 6.7 5.2 – 1 7
– – 11.7% 10.9% – – 54

1. Community districts MN01 and MN02 both fall within sub-borough area 301. Data reported at the sub-borough area for these community districts are identical.
2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010. 4. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type.
5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
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MN03
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN03, 57.3 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per month,
including utilities. This share is greater than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN03 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN03 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (5+ family building)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (5+ family building)
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Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
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Children’s Obesity Rate
229 970 0 22 371 7 7
711 466 271 0 110 6 28
12.0% 10.8% 13.6% 10.6% – 46 48
100.0 215.1 267.5 269.9 462.3 – 1
$83,894 $236,361 $192,257 $248,542 $259,692 1 1
107 372 234 219 233 49 46
– $885 $966 $895 – – 50
– $1,557 $1,762 $1,713 – – 9
– 28.5% 30.0% 29.8% – – 44
– 38.5% 36.0% 36.9% – – 53
– 28.8 15.7 14.1 – – 43
– 10.5 19.6 20.6 – – 17
– 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% – – 53
– – – 39.3 34.6 – 51
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.5 56 46
3.2% 0.5% 0.4% 0.4% – 45 59
– 17.5 18.0 21.8 20.2 – 40
– – 3.7% 4.7% – – 21
– $217.0 $292.8 $306.5 $313.6 – 9
40.3% 39.3% 35.2% 37.5% – 17 27
22.1% – 16.3% 20.5% – 49 48
13.4% – 14.3% 14.4% – 17 14
17.9% – 31.1% – – 32 18
28.4% 25.1% 22.2% 28.6% – 18 14
9.4% 7.5% 10.1% 6.7% – 27 49
55.3% 58.4% 59.2% 60.0% – 32 29
30.9 30.3 29.3 31.4 – 50 49
43.1 34.2 – 34.1 – 14 10
36.9% – 61.6% 65.8% 67.9% 26 22
41.0% – 50.7% 52.9% 55.0% 31 20
2.9 2.6 2.6 2.2 – 26 29
32.0 7.5 2.4 1.3 – 2 55
– – 16.3% 16.3% – – 50
1. Community district MN 03 falls within sub-borough area 302. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 5 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
165,774
95.1
$39,932
7.1
21.2%
9.0%
48.3%
59.8%
24.5%
79.2%
21.5%
0.72
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MN04
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
2
Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
3
Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN04, 24.2 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN04 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN04 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
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Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
5
Children’s Obesity Rate
1,151 903 0 0 1,248 1 1
1,021 1,256 77 118 126 2 27
20.2% 20.1% 24.9% 23.1% – 37 35
100.0 210.4 217.3 225.0 239.2 – 3
$866,721 $874,029 $1,153,238 $1,163,941 $1,142,500 3 4
561 1,649 730 762 827 22 12
– $1,641 $1,701 $1,848 – – 5
– $2,117 $2,255 $2,508 – – 2
– 25.3% 25.9% 28.4% – – 48
– 45.6% 49.5% 48.0% – – 27
– 53.7 23.4 21.1 – – 11
– 11.4 29.7 31.1 – – 4
– 0.0% 0.2% 0.4% – – 51
– – – 29.2 23.0 – 56
4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 40 57
2.4% 0.4% 1.4% 1.7% – 58 37
– 17.4 15.7 13.1 10.9 – 52
– – 3.1% 2.8% – – 40
– $557.9 $726.2 $777.8 $795.2 – 7
25.3% 24.0% 27.0% 25.9% – 37 43
8.4% – 9.2% 8.9% – 54 54
11.4% – 11.9% 11.1% – 23 30
34.1% – 29.2% – – 14 19
14.4% 13.6% 11.7% 13.1% – 38 44
7.3% 5.5% 8.3% 8.2% – 37 44
54.9% 48.6% 50.8% 49.9% – 33 42
24.8 24.2 24.9 24.7 – 54 53
152.8 102.1 – 74.8 – 2 2
61.0% – 77.3% 80.4% 80.4% 2 2
66.2% – 66.7% 67.9% 69.4% 2 2
2.0 1.9 1.5 1.0 – 36 50
27.8 9.2 3.9 3.5 – 6 23
– – 11.7% 10.9% – – 54

1. Community districts MN04 and MN05 both fall within sub-borough area 303. Data reported at the sub-borough area for these community districts are identical.
2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010. 4. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type.
5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
143,051
49.3
$84,662
8.9
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13.3%
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Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN05, 24.2 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN05 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN05 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
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Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
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Children’s Obesity Rate
1,174 976 0 0 70 29 29
730 600 221 0 7 2 55
20.2% 20.1% 24.9% 23.1% – 37 35
100.0 206.9 206.5 215.1 223.7 – 4
$643,580 $1,133,324 $1,361,461 $1,365,322 $1,360,000 6 2
344 1,029 637 594 651 36 19
– $1,641 $1,701 $1,848 – – 5
– $2,117 $2,255 $2,508 – – 2
– 25.3% 25.9% 28.4% – – 48
– 45.6% 49.5% 48.0% – – 27
– 53.7 23.4 21.1 – – 11
– 11.4 29.7 31.1 – – 4
– 0.0% 0.2% 0.4% – – 51
– – – 22.9 18.3 – 58
– – – – – – –
3.0% 2.9% 0.0% 2.8% – 58 22
– 6.8 7.1 7.0 6.4 – 55
– – 3.1% 2.8% – – 40
– $3,150.7 $3,507.9 $3,576.8 $3,730.0 – 1
25.3% 24.0% 27.0% 25.9% – 37 43
8.4% – 9.2% 8.9% – 54 54
11.4% – 11.9% 11.1% – 23 30
34.1% – 29.2% – – 14 19
14.4% 13.6% 11.7% 13.1% – 38 44
7.3% 5.5% 8.3% 8.2% – 37 44
54.9% 48.6% 50.8% 49.9% – 33 42
24.8 24.2 24.9 24.7 – 54 53
271.6 176.0 – 128.9 – 1 11
61.0% – 77.3% 80.4% 80.4% 2 2
66.2% – 66.7% 67.9% 69.4% 2 2
2.0 1.9 1.5 1.0 – 36 50
30.2 17.3 8.9 0.0 – 3 59
– – 11.7% 10.9% – – 54
1. Community districts MN04 and MN05 both fall within sub-borough area 303. Data reported at the sub-borough area for these community districts are identical.
2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010. 4. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type.
5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
143,051
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$84,662
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20.5%
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Turtle Bay
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MN06
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
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n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN06, 12.0 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN06 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN06 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
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Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
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Children’s Obesity Rate
495 842 0 0 0 59 59
281 0 0 0 0 12 57
26.3% 32.8% 28.2% 29.4% – 28 25
100.0 199.8 200.0 198.0 205.6 – 6
$523,476 $980,748 $848,911 $830,615 $849,000 7 7
598 846 630 586 685 17 18
– $1,791 $1,999 $2,040 – – 1
– $2,220 $2,360 $2,447 – – 3
– 25.4% 27.3% 26.7% – – 51
– 63.4% 54.9% 66.7% – – 2
– 30.4 19.0 18.2 – – 21
– 10.5 29.3 30.8 – – 5
– 0.0% 0.6% 0.2% – – 52
– – – 33.3 25.4 – 54
0.0 0.0 0.0 3.0 6.0 56 48
4.6% 0.8% 1.0% 1.3% – 32 46
– 5.1 5.4 5.3 5.7 – 56
– – 2.6% 1.6% – – 50
– $1,096.1 $1,261.0 $1,296.1 $1,321.7 – 3
24.0% 23.6% 22.5% 21.1% – 40 49
8.4% – 10.8% 7.6% – 54 55
14.6% – 14.4% 15.1% – 11 12
1.5% – 11.4% – – 41 39
7.9% 7.2% 7.0% 11.0% – 51 47
4.2% 4.8% 6.5% 6.9% – 52 48
52.3% 44.7% 46.3% 52.6% – 35 38
25.6 25.7 26.0 25.3 – 53 52
50.0 33.6 – 25.7 – 8 23
61.0% – 77.3% 80.4% 80.4% 2 2
66.2% – 66.7% 67.9% 69.4% 2 2
1.2 1.6 1.2 1.0 – 49 50
16.6 6.1 3.5 3.2 – 38 29
– – 11.7% 10.9% – – 54

1. Community district MN06 falls within sub-borough area 304. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Gross rent shares are averages from 2009-2011. 5. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 6. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
147,757
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$103,544
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3.7%
39.5%
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MN07
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
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New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN07, 25.5 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN07 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN07 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


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Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
4
Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
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Children’s Obesity Rate
441 779 17 15 6 55 55
921 0 0 113 0 3 57
29.2% 35.6% 32.0% 28.7% – 24 26
100.0 215.8 227.5 234.0 241.6 – 2
$778,525 $1,087,261 $1,127,325 $1,116,527 $1,260,000 5 3
79 1,225 1,134 823 1,104 54 4
– $1,530 $1,600 $1,853 – – 4
– $2,140 $2,139 $2,294 – – 4
– 24.6% 26.6% 27.0% – – 50
– 48.0% 46.4% 69.5% – – 1
– 30.3 23.4 21.1 – – 11
– 11.8 43.7 44.2 – – 1
– 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% – – 53
– – – 24.0 18.3 – 58
1.9 0.0 0.0 4.9 3.3 53 54
2.7% 0.2% 0.7% 1.0% – 51 53
– 12.7 13.5 12.1 12.6 – 48
– – 1.5% 1.6% – – 50
– $739.9 $911.1 $953.0 $976.3 – 4
21.3% 20.2% 22.4% 21.7% – 46 48
14.6% – 18.9% 18.3% – 51 51
13.4% – 16.7% 16.8% – 17 8
22.7% – 16.4% – – 26 36
10.0% 9.0% 10.4% 11.5% – 48 46
4.8% 4.5% 7.5% 6.4% – 51 51
74.1% 68.8% 70.8% 71.0% – 1 9
30.3 28.8 29.6 29.8 – 52 51
28.8 21.2 – 16.0 – 41 47
34.5% – 59.9% 65.7% 68.0% 31 21
43.1% – 52.9% 56.2% 58.8% 27 10
1.7 1.5 1.3 1.2 – 41 46
19.0 5.7 5.7 2.1 – 25 47
– – 16.3% 15.6% – – 52
1. Community district MN07 falls within sub-borough area 305. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
193,671
62.0
$93,972
8.4
6.8%
9.4%
42.9%
4.1%
0.1%
98.9%
23.3%
0.49
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MN08
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
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Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
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Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
MN
New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian 8.2% 8.6% '¯.J% '8.¯% 0.¯%
In MN08, 11.9 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is less than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN08 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN08 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (condominium)
4
Median Sales Price per Unit (condominium)
4
Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
5
Children’s Obesity Rate
241 583 0 0 40 35 35
559 716 380 0 3 9 56
30.7% 37.3% 32.7% 36.4% – 22 19
100.0 181.5 178.8 179.9 185.9 – 7
$902,397 $949,778 $1,252,642 $1,121,625 $1,050,000 2 5
396 1,229 990 817 954 34 6
– $1,813 $1,863 $1,884 – – 3
– $2,014 $2,034 $1,917 – – 6
– 25.1% 27.0% 26.7% – – 51
– 53.8% 63.2% 62.6% – – 3
– 24.9 17.2 13.7 – – 45
– 10.1 30.7 30.8 – – 5
– 0.0% 0.2% 0.0% – – 53
– – – 26.3 20.5 – 57
2.5 1.6 9.4 0.8 6.3 49 47
3.1% 0.9% 1.1% 1.5% – 46 43
– 9.6 11.7 11.1 10.9 – 51
– – 1.7% 2.4% – – 44
– $1,346.7 $1,570.8 $1,630.3 $1,645.9 – 2
21.5% 20.5% 21.1% 21.1% – 44 50
13.3% – 16.2% 15.7% – 52 52
14.2% – 17.6% 19.8% – 12 2
4.4% – 5.3% – – 39 44
6.5% 4.8% 6.8% 6.6% – 53 54
3.7% 3.5% 6.0% 5.8% – 55 53
66.6% 59.9% 63.0% 58.7% – 11 30
30.7 31.0 30.0 31.0 – 51 50
29.9 21.4 – 15.7 – 38 49
61.0% – 77.3% 80.4% 80.4% 2 2
66.2% – 66.7% 67.9% 69.4% 2 2
0.8 0.8 0.6 0.8 – 55 54
13.6 7.8 2.5 3.7 – 46 20
– – 11.7% 10.9% – – 54

1. Community district MN08 falls within sub-borough area 306. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 7 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
209,534
103.8
$107,286
5.9
1.8%
5.4%
44.4%
19.5%
9.1%
73.9%
34.8%
0.33
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Morningside Hts
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Hamilton
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MN09
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
2
Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
3
Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
MN
New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian 28.¯% '0.J% 2'.0% '6.% '.2%
In MN09, 44.8 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per
month, including utilities. This share is greater than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN09 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN09 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (5+ family building)
4
Median Sales Price per Unit (5+ family building)
4
Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
5
Children’s Obesity Rate
2 309 0 0 2 57 57
0 158 36 0 12 57 53
10.9% 12.4% 14.3% 11.0% – 47 47
100.0 351.1 298.0 288.3 336.4 – 3
$49,103 $141,202 $93,187 $99,590 $114,286 2 3
32 163 95 69 130 59 51
– $910 $1,046 $1,101 – – 38
– $1,339 $1,321 $1,428 – – 17
– 32.0% 33.3% 32.1% – – 36
– 45.6% 48.9% 41.7% – – 46
– 28.1 18.0 12.9 – – 47
– 16.4 26.5 25.6 – – 10
– 0.0% 3.0% 2.8% – – 46
– – – 94.0 75.1 – 31
66.7 6.7 18.4 23.4 16.7 2 28
13.9% 3.7% 5.2% 5.3% – 7 11
– 102.2 107.1 120.2 116.1 – 4
– – 3.5% 3.0% – – 38
– $61.3 $79.4 $84.9 $86.4 – 47
35.0% 34.1% 32.6% 35.1% – 27 30
30.9% – 25.3% 24.8% – 40 44
10.0% – 10.9% 10.7% – 34 33
23.5% – 19.4% – – 25 34
30.1% 27.3% 28.7% 29.6% – 13 12
16.5% 8.1% 9.4% 10.6% – 10 31
67.9% 69.2% 77.6% 75.2% – 8 4
33.8 31.7 35.0 35.5 – 49 44
36.2 28.0 – 21.2 – 25 33
24.7% – 44.8% 48.8% 50.3% 44 47
31.8% – 34.0% 35.4% 36.7% 45 47
3.9 3.8 3.0 2.8 – 15 22
18.7 6.3 3.1 5.5 – 28 4
– – 23.5% 23.2% – – 16
1. Community district MN09 falls within sub-borough area 307. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 5 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
138,515
103.5
$40,262
7.2
8.2%
7.7%
60.4%
0.8%
0.0%
100.0%
29.4%
0.73
3.2%
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Central Harlem
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MN10
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
2
Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
3
Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
MN
New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian 28.J% 2¯.8% '0.J% '¯.0% 0.¯%
In MN10, 61.2 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per month,
including utilities. This share is greater than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN10 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN10 in 2011 n NYC in 2011
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2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (5+ family building)
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Median Sales Price per Unit (5+ family building)
4
Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
5
Children’s Obesity Rate
261 789 4 0 384 6 6
84 328 348 279 209 31 13
6.6% 12.2% 13.4% 15.0% – 52 45
100.0 389.2 247.9 316.5 325.1 – 4
$44,667 $131,422 $103,494 $112,394 $100,000 4 5
118 339 427 379 411 46 33
– $740 $833 $874 – – 52
– $973 $1,091 $1,122 – – 46
– 30.1% 29.5% 29.5% – – 45
– 37.4% 34.7% 39.0% – – 49
– 36.0 47.7 32.4 – – 4
– 26.9 10.9 16.8 – – 26
– 0.0% 14.7% 19.0% – – 28
– – – 82.6 75.6 – 30
98.0 15.8 24.1 15.8 16.6 1 29
14.8% 3.0% 3.2% 2.2% – 3 30
– 45.3 42.5 60.3 58.2 – 18
– – 2.9% 1.7% – – 49
– $56.1 $89.1 $89.7 $92.9 – 44
17.8% 20.8% 19.7% 24.6% – 51 44
34.0% – 27.8% 27.3% – 35 42
11.3% – 10.5% 10.8% – 24 32
0.0% – 7.2% – – 45 41
36.4% 28.7% 28.1% 26.5% – 8 17
18.6% 13.4% 15.9% 15.4% – 5 11
72.9% 72.8% 78.4% 77.3% – 2 3
37.3 35.5 34.7 34.3 – 42 46
42.9 34.9 – 33.2 – 15 11
20.9% – 44.6% 48.0% 47.9% 52 50
28.6% – 36.0% 37.4% 38.2% 48 44
7.5 6.1 4.8 4.7 – 5 13
23.3 7.5 2.7 2.5 – 13 41
– – 22.4% 21.1% – – 29

1. Community district MN10 falls within sub-borough area 308. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 5 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
123,524
84.6
$36,045
5.6
18.8%
24.6%
57.1%
56.1%
9.2%
97.2%
32.5%
0.55
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East Harlem
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MN11
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
2
Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
3
Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
MN
New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN11, 62.7 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per month,
including utilities. This share is greater than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN11 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN11 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (5+ family building)
4
Median Sales Price per Unit (5+ family building)
4
Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
5
Children’s Obesity Rate
334 380 251 0 492 3 3
210 196 272 592 497 16 3
6.3% 7.6% 6.6% 5.9% – 54 54
100.0 380.4 506.8 454.0 439.3 – 2
$39,618 $202,997 $193,459 $115,561 $143,000 5 2
50 137 108 132 236 58 45
– $641 $841 $820 – – 54
– $1,213 $965 $1,234 – – 36
– 27.1% 30.7% 30.2% – – 43
– 30.4% 35.5% 34.7% – – 54
– 33.8 10.2 18.1 – – 22
– 7.7 16.9 17.1 – – 24
– 0.0% 12.7% 11.5% – – 33
– – – 66.4 52.7 – 41
49.3 1.8 15.8 17.5 22.8 3 21
11.9% 2.1% 3.0% 3.0% – 9 20
– 39.4 34.9 34.0 31.6 – 29
– – 3.0% 3.4% – – 32
– $60.7 $96.8 $92.2 $100.1 – 40
21.1% 23.1% 25.9% 27.2% – 47 41
38.1% – 26.9% 31.3% – 29 32
11.5% – 12.5% 11.9% – 22 24
0.0% – 2.0% – – 45 48
37.1% 36.9% 30.8% 29.3% – 7 13
16.8% 10.6% 14.8% 13.5% – 9 16
69.1% 73.4% 73.4% 77.9% – 7 1
35.5 33.9 33.7 32.4 – 47 47
37.1 28.8 – 28.1 – 22 16
25.3% – 47.4% 51.0% 53.8% 43 38
32.5% – 37.4% 38.8% 41.1% 43 38
10.5 7.5 7.5 6.5 – 1 3
19.9 5.7 4.5 2.9 – 21 37
– – 23.4% 23.4% – – 13
1. Community district MN11 falls within sub-borough area 309. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 5 community districts with the same predominant housing type. 5. Sample size is less than 20 newly identifed cases in at least one year presented.
123,386
53.3
$31,507
6.8
34.8%
21.1%
33.8%
83.2%
32.8%
88.7%
46.8%
0.66
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Inwood
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MN12
Distribution of Rental Units by Gross Rent, 2011
n Less than $500 n $500-$999
n $1,000-$1,499 n $1,500 and greater
2011 Rank
Population
Population Density (1,000 persons per square mile)
Median Household Income
Income Diversity Ratio
Public Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
Subsidized Rental Housing Units (% of rental units)
2
Rent-Regulated Units (% of rental units)
Residential Units within a Hurricane Evacuation Zone
Residential Units within Sandy Surge Area
Residential Units within 1/2 Mile of a Subway/Rail Entrance
Unused Capacity Rate (% of land area)
Racial Diversity Index
Rental Vacancy Rate
3
Household Income Distribution by New York City Income Quintile, 2011
n $0–$18,689
n $18,690–$39,246
n $39,247–$67,175
n $67,176–$114,208
n $114,209+
% %
MN
New York City
White Black Hispanic Asian .% .% .% .% .%
In MN12, 40.7 percent of rental housing units cost less than $1,000 per month,
including utilities. This share is greater than the city as a whole, where
36.8 percent of units rented for less than $1,000 per month.
Racial and Ethnic Composition, 2011
n MN12 in 2000 n NYC in 2000 n MN12 in 2011 n NYC in 2011


2000 2006 2010 2011 2012 Rank (’00) Rank (’11/’12) HOUSING
Units Authorized by New Residential Building Permits
Units Issued New Certifcates of Occupancy
Homeownership Rate
Index of Housing Price Appreciation (5+ family building)
4
Median Sales Price per Unit (5+ family building)
4
Sales Volume
Median Monthly Rent (all renters)
Median Monthly Rent (recent movers)
Median Rent Burden
Median Rent Burden (low-income renters)
Home Purchase Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
Refnance Loan Rate (per 1,000 properties)
FHA/VA-Backed Home Purchase Loans (% of home purchase loans)
Pre-Foreclosure Notice Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family and condo properties)
Foreclosure Start Rate (per 1,000 1–4 family properties)
Tax Delinquencies (% of residential properties delinquent ≥ 1 year)
Serious Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 rental units)
Severe Crowding Rate (% of renter households)
Property Tax Liability ($ millions)
POPULATION
Foreign-Born Population
Households with Children under 18 Years Old
Population Aged 65 and Older
Share of Population Living in Integrated Tracts
Poverty Rate
Unemployment Rate
Public Transportation Rate
Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)
Serious Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)
Students Performing at Grade Level in Math
Students Performing at Grade Level in Reading
Asthma Hospitalizations (per 1,000 people)
Elevated Blood Lead Levels (incidence per 1,000 children)
Children’s Obesity Rate
127 162 0 0 163 18 18
0 0 32 140 0 57 57
6.5% 8.3% 10.3% 8.3% – 53 49
100.0 291.2 205.0 265.1 265.9 – 5
$48,565 $121,943 $107,893 $106,357 $113,897 3 4
53 112 72 94 137 57 50
– $955 $1,091 $1,113 – – 34
– $1,167 $1,342 $1,352 – – 25
– 32.4% 30.1% 32.5% – – 32
– 44.9% 40.3% 44.1% – – 37
– 36.5 18.5 15.0 – – 41
– 16.6 23.3 27.8 – – 8
– 0.0% 0.0% 9.3% – – 36
– – – 107.6 68.9 – 33
45.1 24.9 17.8 28.5 32.0 4 12
17.9% 7.0% 9.7% 7.7% – 1 3
– 117.8 148.4 160.8 130.0 – 1
– – 5.3% 2.8% – – 42
– $140.4 $168.6 $176.0 $175.4 – 26
53.3% 50.3% 50.1% 47.5% – 5 10
40.8% – 28.7% 31.6% – 24 30
9.9% – 12.0% 11.2% – 35 29
20.3% – 24.0% – – 30 29
29.8% 28.1% 19.5% 25.8% – 14 19
14.5% 11.4% 13.7% 16.1% – 14 9
64.6% 67.6% 69.7% 66.9% – 15 21
40.4 38.3 39.0 39.1 – 36 36
24.4 17.3 – 17.5 – 49 42
27.4% – 43.0% 47.6% 50.5% 40 42
33.8% – 29.5% 30.6% 32.4% 40 53
3.1 2.6 2.4 2.3 – 24 26
11.1 5.5 2.4 1.9 – 54 50
– – 25.5% 26.3% – – 1

1. Community district MN 12 falls within sub-borough area 310. 2. Data on subsidized rental housing units are from 2010. 3. Rental vacancy rate is an average rate for 2008–2010.
4. Ranked out of 5 community districts with the same predominant housing type.
210,245
67.9
$38,320
5.0
3.3%
2.5%
86.7%
17.8%
4.7%
100.0%
26.0%
0.47
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